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Thu, Apr 15


An event of the Quebec Magic Festival

Reading by Alexandra Duvivier

A 60-minute conference by Alexandra Duvivier in French on her magic. $25 for members - $35 for non-members. The conference will be presented virtually on ZOOM.

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Reading by Alexandra Duvivier
Reading by Alexandra Duvivier

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Apr 15, 2021, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

An event of the Quebec Magic Festival

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Alexandra Duvivier 

Very rare female representative of the magic art, Alexandra Duvivier was laureate of theGolden Mandrakein France and thefirst French to bluff Penn & Teller in their famous American TV show “ Fool Us ”.

Daughter of Dominique Duvivier, living legend of magic,she has taken up a double challenge : to make a name for herself after her illustrious father and to become a highly respected artist in the particularly male milieu of magic.Unlike many of the ball kids, she was never pressured by her father to follow the same path as him. He never showed her tricks when she was a child: it was only at the age of 15 that Alexandra set out to become, little by little, the worthy heiress of her father's empire.

Become a favorite artist of the biggest brands for their private events (Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, L'Oreal...), understudy of famous hands in the cinema, it has no less thaneight showsto his credit : three shows alone on stage, three others in duet with his father, a show for children and a last performed entirely in English. With her striking humor, her magic that is both so pure and so generous, her natural empathy with young and old, she seduces an ever-growing audience.

Beyond her talents as an artist, Alexandra Duvivier is alsocorporate trainer and speaker(innovative communication methods using magic) andtrainer within the framework of the 1st diploma of Magician bac+2 recognized by the Ministry of Labor in France.


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